Fall under the spell of the viola, the oboe and the flute d’amour while winding your way through Old Montreal, diving into history and music from the 17th and 18th centuries. Take in a mournful crypt, an enchanted garden, and a breathtaking lookout onto the mighty river.
Departures at 9:00 am (French), 9:30 am (English), 11:00 am (French), 11:30 am (English)
Not recommended for people with mobility issues. The activity will take place even in case of rain.
With tour guides from 16/42, Tanya LaPerrière, viola d’amore, Karim Nasr, oboe d’amore, Daphne Manavopoulos, violin, Eliana Zimmerman, baroque cello, Esteban la Rota, theorbo, Grégoire Jeay, flute d’amore and Mélisande Corriveau, viola da gamba.
40$-regular, 35$-65 years and older, 15$-students
Departure in English at 9:30 am, Marguerite-Bourgeoys Museum
400, Saint-Paul East Street (metro Champ-de-Mars)